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  • noun Plural form of pollinator.

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  • The main pollinators of the agave plants from which sotol is distilled are thought to be long-nosed bats and other nectar eating bat species.

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  • The main pollinators of the agave plants from which sotol is distilled are thought to be long-nosed bats and other nectar eating bat species.

    Lloyd Mexico Economic Report January 2004

  • The intimate relationship between flowers and their pollinators is a lovely example of what is called co-evolution – evolution together.

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  • The intimate relationship between flowers and their pollinators is a lovely example of what is called co-evolution – evolution together.

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  • (Media-Newswire. com) - Plants and their pollinators are the focus of ground-breaking research by Dr Heather Whitney, recently appointed Lloyds Fellow in the School of Biological Sciences.

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  • Moreover, many keystone species, such as pollinators died off within a short time.

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  • 38.6 Mutualism benefits both populations  Mutualism - symbiotic relationship in which both members benefit  Example: Bacteria that reside in the human intestinal tract acquire food, but they also provide us with vitamins, molecules we are unable to synthesize for ourselves  Relationship between plants and their pollinators is a good example of mutualism 

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  • Moreover, many keystone species, such as pollinators died off within a short time.

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  • Moreover, many keystone species, such as pollinators died off within a short time.

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  • Berenbaum says people can also help the honey bee by planting more flowers and becoming more tolerant of weeds, some of which offer food for pollinators like bees.

    Bee Expert Honored with Tyler Environmental Prize

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